Symantec Internet Security Threat Report

Symantec Internet Security Threat Report

The Symantec Internet Security Threat Report provides a six-month update of worldwide Internet threat activity. It includes analysis of network-based attacks, a review of known vulnerabilities, and highlights of malicious code. It also assesses trends in phishing and spam activity. This summary of the Internet Security Threat Report will alert readers to current trends and impending threats that Symantec has observed for the six-month period from July 1 to December 31, 2007.

The Symantec Internet Security Threat Report consists of four reports: the Global Internet Security Threat Report, the EMEA Internet Security Threat Report, for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA ) region; the APJ Internet Security Threat Report, for the Asia-Pacific/Japan (AP J) region; and the Government Internet Security Threat Report, which focuses on threats and trends that are of specific interest to organizations in government and critical infrastructure sectors.

This Internet Security Threat Report Executive Summary brings together the common threads represented in these four reports to provide an analysis of the continuing evolution of the Internet threat landscape.

Symantec Corporation
26 Mar 2009
01 Apr 2008
36 Page(s)
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